Kill is situated approximately 7 km from Naas and 6 km from Rathcoole Town Centres respectively and is accessible from the M7 Motorway at both Junctions 7 and 8. The village itself is a mixture of residential estates and one off housing, and includes small commercial concerns including shops, pubs, churches, schools and numerous recreational facilities. The subject property is located in the centre of the village within a short walking distance of all amenities in the town and directly beside a bus stop providing transport to the capital.
The property comprises a Victorian two storey period residence that was previously used as a public health centre and has been vacant since 2013. Constructed circa 1800s, the property retains a number of its original features including the staircase and sash windows. Approached by a tree lined avenue the property is set on a large site area of circa 2 acres (0.82 hectares). Accommodation is well laid throughout and comprises entrance porch, six reception rooms, two bathrooms and storage cupboard at ground floor level. First floor accommodation comprises the reception rooms and a kitchen with fire exit positioned off. The property extends to 203 sqm (2185 sq ft). Outside are a number of out offices and storage sheds in an enclosed yard in addition to garden both front and rear. The property lends itself ideally for many social and or community uses or could be converted to a family home.
Planning permission was granted by Kildare County Council in 2014 for the conversion of the property to a family home including permission for the addition of a 113 sqm extension (Planning Reference:14230). A copy of the planning application and supporting documents are available upon request. The property is currently zoned Town Centre and could be suitable for redevelopment due its central location. The uses outlined in the Town Centre zoning matrix include commercial, residential or community developments..